Taking a family portrait. Catching up over FaceTime. Raising the blinds to let in the morning light. Apple wants everyone to enjoy the everyday moments that technology helps make possible, so they work to make every Apple product accessible from the very start. Because the true value of a device isn’t measured by how powerful it is, but by how much it empowers you.
iPhones, iPads and Mac computers have Low Vision and Blindess Accessibility features built into their operating systems.
VoiceOver tells you what’s happening on your screen.
VoiceOver describes exactly what’s happening on your iPhone, iPad and Mac so you can navigate your device just by listening. Apple’s built-in apps support VoiceOver, which will talk you through tasks you do with them.
If you have color blindness or other vision challenges, you can adjust the view on your Mac, iPad, and iPhone so it works better for you. Choose from a preset range of color filters on your iPhone or iPad or fine-tune them. And turn on Invert Colors on all your devices to instantly change the values and create more contrast.
Get a closer look with Zoom.
Zoom is a powerful built-in screen magnifier that lets you enlarge a section of your screen to many times its normal size, so you can better see what’s on the display. It works on Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and all apps from the App Store.
Magnifier works like a digital magnifying glass.
It uses the camera on your iPad or iPhone to increase the size of anything you point it at, so you can see the details more clearly.
With Speak Screen, a reading experience can be a listening experience.
If it’s easier for you to read while hearing the words spoken aloud, Speak Screen can read text from newspapers, books, web pages, or email on your iPhone or iPad.